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FOR Men
A Leader of Leaders
This perfect and super-stylish
Boot pictured is one of the
most attractive New Models
for Fall.
- Finest imported "Horsehide"
Deep, Rich Brown Shade.
Allsizes.
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Style No 39 Walk-Over 'VoRot S p
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Price $8.oo 115 S. ain

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right here among Michigan Students

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VON HINDENBURG*
GIVES INTER VIEW
Greatest German Hero Makes First
Visit to Berlin Since
Start of War
CALLS FRENCH TOO TENACIOUS
Berlin, Oct. 30.-"The Roumanians
still retreat and their day of reckon-
ing is coming," declared Field Mar-
shal von Hindenburg, Germany's great-
est war hero, who is now paying Ber-
lin his first visit since the beginning
of the war.
"I welcomed their entrance into the
war," continued Hindenburg, "for by
it we got out of the trenches. The
French have shown great tenacity, but
they are exterminating themselves by
their.present method of fighting. All
their tenacity will be of no use, to
them, and finally there will be none of
them left.
"The French nation owes its fate to
the English. If the English ask for
another offensive of the same style
this coming spring, they will rob
France of the rest of her army, and
of the rest of her national strength."
The war has not changed Hinden-
burg's opinion about English military
alility. "Great English strategists are
lacking at the present time," he said.
STUDENT GETS A LETTER
FROM PRESIDENT WILSON
Says He Is Gratified with the Forma-
tion of a Wilson Club at
University of Chicago
That the presidental nominees are
especially desirous of securing the
good wishes and support of the col-
leges and universites of, the country
is shown by the following letter from
President Wilson to Donald D. Sells,
president of the Woodrow Wilson Col-
lege Men's league of the University of
Chicago. This league is national and
a chapter has been formed in nearly
every college and university in the
country for the purpose of re-electing
President Wilson.
The letter follows:
The White House, Washington,
Shadow Lawn, Oct. 24, 1916.
My Dear Mr. Sells:
May I not express to you the grati-
fication with which I have heard of the
formation of the Wilson club at the
University of Chicago? The sort of
support which such clubs represent is
peculiarly gratifying to me, for I be-
lieve the Democratic party to be the.
party of the future, the party to which

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Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45.
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Wed.-ov xr othy Gishand Owen
Triangle Comtedy.-Fred Mace In "Bath
Thurs.-ri.-2-3 Fannie Ward in "Each
Pearl a Tear." Also Bray Cartoons.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
1:00 to 5:00 o'clock-Fresh lit elec-
ons in the Library.%
4:00 o'clock-Craftsmen practice at
asonic temple.
4:00 o'clock-Soph lit football prac-
ce, south Ferry field.
4:15 o'clock-Meeting of the bus:-
ess staff of The Inlander at the of-
ce in *a Press building.
4:30 to 5 o'clock-Fresh pharmic
ection, room 300 chemistry building.
7:00 o'clock-Mandolin - club re-
earsals, room 205 north wing.
7:30 o'clock-Meeting of Canadian
ub executive committee at Union.
Tomorrow.
7:30 o'clock-Forestry club smoker,
om 214 natval science building.
U-Notice.
All students who have changed their
dresses since registering or who did
>t have addresses when they regis-
red, should report their present ad-

dresses to the secretary of their
school or college. Students in the
literary college will report to Regis-
trar A. G. Hall.
KAISER EATS CABBAGE STEW
IN A BERLIN SOUP KITCHEN
Berlin, Oct. 30.-Kaiser Wilhelm and
the kaiserin yesterday visited a city
soup kitchen in the central market
hall and ate heartily of the cabbage
and meat stew served out.
Mayor von Wermuth, Frau Hedwig
Heyl, and other prominent persons in-
terested in the problem of feeding the
city's population, greeted the kaiser.
A small boy elbowed his way
through the crowd, and thanked the
kaiser for tseeing to it that he had a
summer vacation at Ahlbeck. His
majesty shook hands with the little
fellow.
BOXING.
Private lessons. Work will start im-
mediately. See instructor at Dr. May's
office, Waterman gymnasium, for
terms, etc. O. S, Westerman. tf.
icago Milwaukee Detroit
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young men will be glad to have at-
tached themselves, when the greaterl
days of our national life which lie
before us come in their fullness.
I appreciate the work that you and
those associated with you have been
doing and hope that you will convey
to the members of the club a very
warm expression of my appreciation.
Sincerely yours,
WOODROW WILSON.
Turks Develop Offensive Movement
Petrograd, Oct. 30.-The develop-
ment of a Turkish offensive movement
in the Hamadan sector of Persia is re-
ported in today's Russian official state-
ment regarding operations on the Cau-
casus front. The Turks, who advanced
in considerable force, were defeated in
a pitched battle and their forward
movement checked.
Repeat "Ann Arbor Days" at Witney
By popular request, the Ann Arbor
Civic association will give two more
exhibitions of "Ann Arbor Days," the
municipal moving picture, at the Whit-
ney theater tomorrow and Thursday.
The performances will be given at 8
o'clock in the evening. A travelogue
will also form a part of the bill. There
will be no reserved seats.
"Drys" Will Start Campus Campaign
At a meeting of student prohibition-
ists yesterday afternoon, a committee
was elected to take charge of a camp-
us "dry" campaign. The members of
the committee are E. M. Murphy, "17E,
Don B. McCloud, '17L, and Fred Schust-
er, '19M.
The committee have arranged for £a
mass meeting in a few days.

SIMPLE LIFE FOR REPUBLICAN
CANDIDATE'S ELDEST DAUGHTER
Washington, D. C., Oct. 30.-Sitting,
at an uncovered table and taking a 51
cent bowl of soup with the working'
women of Washington as her compan-
ions, Miss Helen Hughes, elder daugh-'
ter of the Republican candidate for
president, not only sets an example of
democracy but gives every evigence of
enjoying it.
Miss Hughes came to Washington
several weeks ago to place her younger
sister, Elizabeth, at the National
Cathedral school. 'Miss Hughes is a
voluntary worker in the girls' clubs of
the Young Women's Christian associa-
tion, and it is on the days her work
keeps her in town that she democrat-
ically dines in the cafeteria run by the
association.
With her 5 cent bowl of soup Miss
Hughes either pays a penny for two
soda crackers or a cent apiece for
slices of bread and a like amount for
a pat of butter not bigger than a quar-
ter. She likes the good home-made
pies at 5 cents a slice.
There will be state and dignity in the
White House if Mr. Hughes "gets in,"
but for the present his eldest daughter,
who may be the leader of next season's
younger set, is leading the truly sim-
ple life.
WANT $10,000,000 IN 1917
FOR JEWISH WAR VICTIMS
New York, Oct. 30.-What was said
to be the largest charitable project
ever undertaken was started here yes-
terday when it was announced that a
campaign to raise $10,000,000 in 1917
for Jewish war sufferers in Europe
had been begun by the joint distribu-
tion committee. This will be in addi-
tion to $6,000,000 which already has
been expended.
Definite plans for the work will be
made at a mass meeting in this city
to which Jews of prominence from all
parts of the country will be invited.

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Te attractive fiure _
of the well dressed
woman is not the result -
of chance cosetting.
- t is the result of a
careful selection of a _
Cerset thas is scientific
ally correct in design,
and made Hof selected
fabrics and "stays,, -
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remsent the best in
tors thrThet are
high class in every de,
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purchase for the girl or
woman who is inter-
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and wishes to preserve
her good figure lines
or the years e come.
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Craftsmen Will Hold Practice Today
Craftsmen will hold a special prac-
tice at the Masonic temple at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. The session will be a
combined practice and every man on
the team is requested to be present.
On Saturday of this week the club will
confer a third degree for one of the
local lodges, preparatory to the De-
troit trip.

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back measure
)henaworthy
man dies, his
relatives rest
his remains in a plush-
lined box-built es-
pecially to themdimen-
sions of his "silent
shell."
Rather a, morbid re-
minder, perhaps. Still,
if a soulless shell is
entitled to made-to-
measure consideration,
how much more so is
a live, throbbing and
moving personality.
Why not have your
new suit built to your
order; built to your
body and your taste?
Why snot have it
Royal Tailored to.
your order at $18.50
to $40.00? Why not?

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Air Man Starts Long Flight to N. Y.
Chicago, Oct. 30.-Victor Caristrom
started his flight to New York yester-
day morning carrying a sack of mail.
His plane is one of the largest ever
seen in Chicago.

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